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My Tooth Sensitivity

Discussion in 'Health Issues' started by ChennaiExpress, Jun 8, 2018.

  1. ChennaiExpress

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    I don't remember for how long I subconsciously eat on my right side.

    Now I try to eat on my left.

    Cold food like watermelon really hurts my upper left tooth in particular.

    X-rays from 6months ago don't show cavity in this area.

    Don't have time to go to Dentist myself ... any home remedies to treat this?

    Thank you
     
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  2. Sunshine04

    Sunshine04 Platinum IL'ite

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    Usually sensitive tooth means its infected.
    You nee dx to take an x ray to find the condition.
    Cloves,turmeric helps.
     
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  3. Needtobestrong

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    I don't think home remedies would help much. They will only give temporary relief.
    Consult a dentist, in meantime use a toothpaste meant for sensitive teeth and avoid eating extremely hot or cold food items,
     
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    Will try chewing on cloves .... I just don't have time to visit dentist!
     
  5. lazy

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    Try oil pulling using sesame oil
     
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    Does oil pulling help ...there are tall claims made about it all over the net...anybody actually experienced benefit after doing it ...??
     
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    I used to do it. My dentist wanna
    Pull my molar tooth, saying the root was dead. So there was unbearable pain and sensitivity. Due to that, am not even able to drink water. But after started doing oil puling the pain started reducing and it was bearable now.

    Still the tooth is sensitive but not as much as before. I continued the oil pulling for 21 days, it was effective during that time. but later i started feeling sensitivity, so am still continuing it.

    You can try with sesame oil or coconut oil with a pinch of rock salt.
     
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    how is your tooth now ??
     
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    I'll try that .... been short on time but I'll try that and keep you posted .....
     
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    Still the same ... will have to carve out time for my tooth ... lot of health scares with my Dad .....
     

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